Saturday, February 1, 2020 • Dallas, TX • Course Map
It might be too cold to hold on to something in Dallas outside in January, but it’s not too cold to run, an attitude embraced by the organizers of the Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon, 10K & 5K in Dallas, Texas.
The race starts and finishes in Norbuck Park in northeast Dallas. The 13.1 mile course takes runners along an out and back course, down the west side of White Bear Lake.
Runners will pass the Dallas Arboretum near the halfway point before turning around and retracing their steps back to the finish line.
The Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon also offers a virtual race option for runners who can’t make it to Dallas on race day, as well as a VIP registration option that provides a VIP area after the race, along with VIP parking and bathrooms and race insurance.
All participants receive a technical long-sleeved shirt and finisher medal, along with other running goodies and a post-race party.
Race Weather & Climate
Located in north central Texas, Dallas usually sees cool to mild winters with average temperatures ranging between 36ºF and 55ºF. Dallas also typically experiences its driest weather in the month of January, with average precipitation just below 2 inches for the month.
- Feb. 1 average low temp: 38ºF
- Feb. 1 average high temp: 58ºF
- 2019 Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon Results
- 2018 Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon Results
- 2017 Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon Results
- 2016 Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon Results
- 2015 Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon Results
- 8:00 AM – half marathon
- 8:30 AM – 10K, 5K
Course Time Limit
4 hours — the course closes at 12:00 PM
- $100 and up for the half marathon
- $60 and up for the 10K
- $50 and up for the 5K
To reserve your spot in the 2020 running of Dallas’s Too Cold to Hold Half Marathon, visit the event website below.
Official Race Website
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